Are you trying to shop waste-free but aren’t sure what to do about produce and bulk items? Here are some alternatives to plastic produce bags!
Overpackaging may be prevalent at conventional stores, but there’s a new(ish) food trend aimed at fighting all of that waste: the zero packaging grocery store.
This is some appalling overpackaging. Here’s why this sight bummed me out and how you can help make a difference.
I finally got to put Schmidt’s Deodorant to the test! Here’s how it worked and more deets about what’s in this cruelty-free deodorant.
Below are some of my green cleaning recipes and some of my faves from my friends. I’d love to hear about the cleaning supplies you’re making at home, too!
We have never used those prepackaged cleaning wipes in our house, but now that I’m cleaning up after a messy toddler’s meals three times a day, I can see the appeal. I use these DIY cleaning wipes to keep my one-year-old’s high chair tray clean, and they work great!
These green cleaning and DIY beauty recipes are easy to make, and each one has a printable label, so you’ll always know what’s what!
You can easily mix up your own homemade all purpose cleaner with just two to three ingredients! Get my recipe and a pretty printable to label your bottle.
I don’t talk a lot about political food issues in this space, but I have some very strong feelings about GMOs in our food supply. Usually I keep those sorts of articles over at Eat Drink Better, but I wanted to share this documentary film review with you guys, since a lot of you seemed excited when I mentioned on Facebook and Twitter that I was going to see it.
When Trader Joes came to Atlanta, I was excited about cheap wine and a wonderland of inexpensive vegan snacks. Now that the initial shininess is past, though, I’m not sure that I’m super jazzed about TJs!
I try not to stray from talking food and crafts in this space, but holy moly this weekend was crazy. There is a stomach bug and a half sweeping through Atlanta, and it hit my house on Friday afternoon.